Our program is designed for graduates of accredited institutions of higher education. We strongly believe in an interdisciplinary approach and therefore accept any undergraduate fields or majors. Thus, there are no prerequisites for this program. The first semester will provide for a comprehensive, historical overview of selected topics and major trends in Middle Eastern History (19th-20th centuries).
The program is conducted entirely in English.
We seek to assemble a global and well-rounded student body. Hence, our admissions policy will extend its review beyond previous academic records to include student interests, social commitments, professional and entrepreneurial experience, world view and more. In this context, we consider your personal essay to be a major component of the application. It will allow us to learn how you consider the program to fit into your overall professional growth, your added value to the student body and your leadership and creativity skills.